Gosainbaganer Bhoot

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Gosainbaganer Bhoot
A kid with spectacles and a grown Indian man with make-up; A skinny man with the make-up of a ghost lies on the film title script, and the script is written in Bengali text.
Film Poster
Directed by Nitish Roy
Produced by Mou Raychowdhury
Screenplay by Debaditya Datta
Story by Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay
Starring Victor Banerjee
Ashish Vidyarthi
Paran Bandyopadhay
Kanchan Mallick
Tinu Anand
Antony
Jojo
Music by Chandrabindoo
Cinematography Badal Sarkar
Edited by Malay Laha
Distributed by V3g Films Pvt. Ltd.
Release dates
  • 30 December 2011 (2011-12-30)
Country India
Language Bengali

Gosaibaganer Bhoot (English: The Phantom Of Gosaibagan Grove, Bengali: গোঁসাইবাগানের ভূত) is a Bengali comedy-fantasy film directed by art director, production designer, and costume designer Nitish Roy, based on a novel by Bengali writer Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay. The music/lyrics was composed by Bengali brand Chandrabindoo.

Plot[edit]

The film narrates the tale of Burun , who is hopelessly weak in math and has to take lessons from an eccentric teacher (Karali Sir). However, not all is well in Burun's world and he strays into Gosainbagan, befriends an enduring ghost (Nidhiram Sardar) only to later battle an evil force by the name of habi

Cast[edit]

Music[edit]

Chandrabindoo as composer[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

Gosainbaganer Bhoot
Soundtrack album by Chandrabindoo
Released 9 December 2011
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Length 30:00
Label Times Music
Producer Mou Raychowdhury
No. Title Singer(s) Length
1. "Aamaar Bhoot Sob Nikhut"   Upal Sengupta, Anindya Chatterjee, Shubhendu, Surojit Mukherjee 03.49
2. "Ek Je Chhilo Burun"   Pratul Mukherjee 02.07
3. "Nidhiram-ke Paakrao"   Upal, Anindya, Kharaj Mukherjee, Chandril Bhattacharya, Surojit, Saagnik, Subhalaxmi, Sanchari, Tito, Tiyasha 03.39
4. "Burun Tumi Anke Tero"   Subhalaxmi, Debasmita, Dipan, Tiyasha, Surojit, Biswanath, Chandril 04.08
5. "Kutu Bhoot"   Tiyasha, Upal 04.01
6. "Maar Maar Kaat Kaat"   Kharaj, Upal, Anindya, Biswanath, Surojit, Bidipta 01.49
7. "Haabu Haalum"   Silajit Majumder, Upal, Saagnik, Surojit, Tito, Bidipta 02.51
8. "Ek Je Chhilo Burun"   Joy 02.09
9. "Burun Tumi Anke Tero" (Singalong Track)   04.17
10. "Kutu Bhoot" (Singalong Track)   04.01

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